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THEATRE9 BELFAST., MR. W. FARREN, At the general request of a number of tbe most respectable families of the town and neighbourhood, for One Night More.." In accordance with the wishes of the greatest portion of the Patrons of the. Drama in " Belfast" and its vicinity, Mr. W. FAR
20 December 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REPEAL OF THE UNION AND ABOLITION OF TITHES.

REPEAL OF THE UNION AND ABOLITION OF TITHES.

IREPEAL OF THE UNION AND ABOLITION OF I O TITHES. Yesterday, pursuant to requisition, a. meeting of the inba- bitants of Mary's parish was held at Gaffaey's Assembly- rooms, Stidford-strcet, for the purpose of petitioning for the repeal of the Union antd abolition of ministers' m
20 December 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LESSONS FOR TEH USE OF THE IRISH NATIONAL SCHOOLS.

LESSONS FOR TEH USE OF THE IRISH NATIONAL SCHOOLS.

LESSONS FOR THEug US OF IRSH NA I' : - TIONAL SCHOOLSI (nApil, ED FROM THEv NOaTHEIL9 WHIG-) of The (Board of National Education are engaged in pub- lf ishing a series of most valuable' school, books.: One' of 50 these,- tjse fourth book of lessons, baa just mode its appear- Dr n
20 December 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THOMAS GOOLO.

THOMAS GOOLO.

NW'E.—lf a fair price is not offered for the whole estate one purchaser, the Master will set it In lotts. The Leitrim estate will set up in the first instance, and the event of the bidding not being sufficient for the purposes of the Decree, the Master still then proceed sell th
20 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEATHER,

THE WEATHER,

within the memory ot the oldest person there tempestuous a season as this j and for days it has been blowing almost a hurricaoe, with scarce! a moment's cessation. The devastations at sea have bet' consequently awful, and the loss of human life in the merous shipwrecks that have
20 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
QUERIES FOR MEDICAL OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES OF

QUERIES FOR MEDICAL OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES OF

DISPENSARIES. j Sir —l'ou are requested to furcisli answers the fol- lowing Queries, and transmit them soon possible to the Secretary of the Commission Inquire into the , State of the Irish ; | 1. What is the name of the hospital, infirmary, dispensary, under your care? If mote
20 December 1833 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL. JIRB- MAP HR, / * - ENCOURAGED Con-fo. Syrt«n. loog H'U.-ttomt. From * Ati.nlioo. >bo coop

BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL. JIRB- MAP HR, / * - ENCOURAGED Con-fo. Syrt«n. loog H'U.-ttomt. From * Ati.nlioo. >bo coop

m . T-achina. uoremittiog Atteolw » .... Kzponneo leaening. • „ ») approbation in tbit fidntly ho,.a a«ar« .he had tha put of North Ireland, which barawior gratification to rami', in an inull.g«‘ Ldi« thorn ro^ ‘".” <~< ^lf „t o of Moral. «h! Initructioo, but alto that doe «« ,k
20 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE LOTTRELL GAZETTE AGAIN.

THE LOTTRELL GAZETTE AGAIN.

The writer who defended the Luttrell clique, and tried to shield its tergiversation, has now endeavored to shelter his dishonesty by bis ruffianism. When we undertook the duty of exposing this tergiversator in politics and apostate in religion, we knew that defeated argument, de
20 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BARRISTERS AND ATTORNEYS.

BARRISTERS AND ATTORNEYS.

afternoon. The High Sheriffs various parts of England have opened courts under the act for the purpose of trying issues joined in actions depending in cither of the superior courts of law, for any debt not exceeding 201. The question as to whether barristers or attorneys are to
20 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FAIRS TO BE HELD NEXT WEEK.

FAIRS TO BE HELD NEXT WEEK.

ARMAGH— Killilcaxh, 27—NewUmhamilton, ANTRIM —Cuthendall, 23—Arrooy, 25. CAVAN—BUcklion, B<illyj%me»dutf, 23—Ctrtn, 27. DOWN—Castlewellao, 21—Saiotfittid, 26—Wdrreapoiat, 27. ■LOUTH—None. MEATH—Noot. MONAGHAN—Btllytrtia, 23—Rockcorry, 25—Clone*, —OltMloagh, 27—Newbliw, 28. TYRON
20 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland